Sensory and Structure

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive treatment method that uses precisely calibrated special magnets to normalize neural activity. The strong magnetic field generated by a wire coil in this system can penetrate the skull to reach the brain, thereby...

Syntonics

Syntonics

What Is Syntonics? Syntonics, also known as optometric phototherapy, is a non-invasive form of light therapy that can be used on its own or as a starting point for vision therapy. On its own, syntonics can be used to relieve headaches, especially those connected to...

Craniosacral Therapy

Craniosacral Therapy

What Is Craniosacral Therapy? John Upledger DO, founder of the Upledger Institute, developed craniosacral therapy (CST), which is a very gentle, relaxing and hands-on intervention that can help with many physical and emotional issues. Chiropractors, osteopathic...

Lenses and Prisms

Lenses and Prisms

Developmental optometrists, also known as behavioral optometrists (OD), can correct the following visual dysfunctions with therapeutic lenses and prisms: Climbing to great heights without a sense of awareness and danger Feeling overwhelmed and bombarded when entering...

Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy

Vision therapy is very often overlooked in children with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder or learning disabilities. Too often parents just assume that particular behaviors or symptoms their child displays are related to their child's...

Neurofeedback, LORETA, QEEG, LENS

Neurofeedback, LORETA, QEEG, LENS

Neurobiofeedback (NBF) is for the brain, and is typically known as just neurofeedback. Biofeedback training was developed in the 1970's with special electronic or mechanical instruments that gave “feedback” with precisely measured physiological activity such as:...

Brain Gym / Educational Kinesiology

Brain Gym / Educational Kinesiology

Brain Gym activities can improve: Hand-eye coordination Focus Concentration Memory Learning Language Reading Writing Listening Hyperactivity Brain Gym or Educational Kinesiology (Edu-K) was developed in the 1980s by educators Paul Dennison PhD and Gail Dennison who...

Chiropractic Neurology

Chiropractic Neurology

The main goal of chiropractic neurology is a well integrated body and a well integrated brain. Chiropractic neurologists are trained in clinical and physiological neurology as well as pathological neurology, but their approach is different. They have a non-invasive,...

Reflex Integration

Reflex Integration

Svetlana Masgutova PhD, renowned reflex integration specialist, describes a reflex as an "automatic response of the nervous system as a result of a trigger from a stimulus", (i.e., touch, movement, etc.) Her life’s work is the Masgutova Method of Neuro-Sensory-Motor...

Oral Motor Therapy

Oral Motor Therapy

Children with autism spectrum disorder and Sensory Processing Disorder may have oral motor dysfunctions and may benefit from oral motor therapy. A child with tactile defensiveness often exhibits hypersensitivity in the mouth and craves oral stimulation such as chewing...